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Old 16th Apr 2010, 15:58
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Hip Hip Hipperray.

So glad that you have found us...this happy breed to paraphrase the Bard ! I , personally, think that Keith Ford's "Snaith days" should be in everyone's library as it contains the detailed and vey easy to read descriptions of life and activity on a Bomber station during the terrible years of 1943 & 44 that one can possibly imagine and answers most of the technical questions that have been put to us from the Drem system to the number of toilet rolls required per station. It is certainly unique in Aviation literature. It is extremely gratifying to read, Hipper, that you have vicariously lived those stirring times and I hope that you will continue to contribute your own experiences for us to enjoy. Don't forget to look at the interesting news going on the "Endorsement on 707" link on PPRuNe Aviation History and Nostalgia" All the best, Regle
Sorry about this as I have just seen your thread above...Yes, even one more. Per Ardua ad Astra !

Last edited by regle; 16th Apr 2010 at 16:02. Reason: Addition.